Reflections on Hardly Strictly Young. Concise, well-written summary by Lauren Rabaino. The takeaways are spot on.
When you speak at a journalism conference I want to hear about what the top idea in your mind is. I want to hear about what experiments you are trying, how you are measuring them, and how they are affecting your success.
WordCamp and journalism conferences. Ideas, action, measurement, and iteration, all for the win.
Hardly Strictly Young, April 17th to 19th. Following the lead of Ryan and Lauren, I three am honored and extremely excited to be included on the
VIP guest attendee list for Hardly Strictly Young, a journo-rager roundtable conversation at the Reynolds Journalism Institute in a few weeks. There we’ll discuss the Knight Commission’s report on meeting community information needs and discuss “alternative recommendations.” I’m personally stoked for the opportunity to hang out with amazing people. Maybe we’ll even hear what happened to the Populous Project?
Announcing Digital Journalism Camp 2011! Saturday, May 14th at Webtrends in Portland. Abraham has a poll for you to fill out to get a sense of what people would like to talk about. Me personally: the bleeding edge of building stories from data.
Following Lauren’s lead, I’ll be speaking at the Spring College Media Convention on Sunday morning, March 13th (the conference runs March 12th through 15th) at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The organizers have asked me to lead two sessions: WordPress hack attack (Sunday, 9-9:50… Continue reading →
I’m headed to Phoenix today for News Foo. News Foo is a derivative of O’Reilly’s Foo Camp, an annual gathering of innovators that was also the proto-BarCamp. If you don’t hear from me all weekend, it’s because my mind has exploded from epic conversations. Also,… Continue reading →
Rebooting the News with Dave Winer and Jay Rosen, live at #ONA10. They’re reviewing the master narratives for the rebooted system of news. I’d like to highlight the key points. “Every node in the network is a news node.” The easiest way to see this… Continue reading →
Taking the train down to DC this afternoon for the 2010 Online News Association Conference. Last year was my first industry event and a pleasant surprise; I had the fortune to talk at length with a number of awesome people I had only conversed with… Continue reading →
Drew Geraets led a session this morning on American Public Media’s Public Insight Network, an initiative and tool to bring their audience deeper into the reporting process. Funded by the Knight Foundation, they’re currently doing a complete rebuild of their CRM for journalism to produce… Continue reading →